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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H.,' THURSDAY, SEPT. ,
for Infants and Children.
What is Castoria?
C ASTORIA Ih a linrmlois Biifutitufc for Cantor OIF,
Paregoric, Drop mid Soothing Sjrupt. It U
plcnunitt. It contains neither ;itim, Slorrihine nor
other Narcotic substance (Xnrcotic Ntuncfy). Its
ago .aits guarantee. It destroys Vorm anil nllajs
Feverishncts. It cure IMnrruucn and Wind Colic
It relieves Teething Trouble, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It ltnuhiiilutcM the Food, regulate!
the Stomach and Hon els, giving healthy am: -.'tltiral
sleep. The Children's Pa naeca 'JL'lit. mo(i.cr;
signature of &zScy&CcLt,l .ifzn ,
Physicians Recommend C a
MyiwtlcuttlurtrUMy frali-c Itcftlonof )our
Ctolurf." "W..'unvBU M 11,
Daring my tnMeii triftlc X !.no f-f jctcm!
tftfoHlieruonr u utu wmircx rlluM and umhI
ttHlipAidrciulu. K .tluiiuftMi, M . ,
"Tonr CMtnrK U firfilnlj 1 1 Ttwt rcmly
f r clitltln a I know if, I k nt i o vUtvt j tt
jrttUryiriparatiuuul Icli t tin 1 ' (
U ti fcciMAii r.M D,
Children Cry for Fletcher'g Ca&torla.
In Use For Over 30 Years.
Tiioy Have Feet
When school boys wear C. H.
on proper rutins lasts saitable for Rrowinc; feet,
strength and fit are given every consideration in
shoes, and they are of the same grade as our Regal Shoes
for grown-ups. We handle them exclusively. Full line of
sizes at $3 and $3 50.
Bojs, don't forget to brinz your worn out shoes here
to be repaired.
Regal Shoe Store
IN Till.' CIRCUIT COl'UT. TlltST
Circuit, Turltorj- of Hawaii In
Piotmte At Cliainbeis. No. 40.18.
In the Mattel of the Estate of -Mai)
K. Drown, Deicnecd. ' On reading
raid lIlliiB tho petition mid accounts
or Cecil Drown, of Honolulu T. II..
Administrator of the Kstato of Mary
K. Hrottn, dticaked, wheieln peti
tioner asks to be allowed CSC 69
and dun Red with $751 GO, asks tint
the same bo examined and nppiovcd,
und that a final order bo mndo of
distribution or the remaining prop-)
oit to the pemons thereto entitled .
and discharging petitioner and sure-1
ties from 1 mi ther jesponslbi Ity
herelir. It Ij ordered that Monday. I
tho lltl. da, of October, A I) l09. -
ul 10 o'clock a. m. before tho Judgo
piesldlng at Chambers of sal.l Court
nt bl court ipom In tho Judlcliry
llulldlng In Honolulu, Count) of Ho-
niliilu. bo and tho Mine hcicby Is
nppoliitod tho tlnio and place for i
liAi Ing Bald Petition mid Accounts.
nml that all peimna Interested inn)
ft'HMi and thoio appear and show
nil e, If an) they huv, why tho
B.imo should not bo grunted, audi
present evidence, as to who aio
'entitled to the said piopeity Ditcd
tho 2d da) of Sepkmbor, 1909.
I1Y Till: COURT.
M. T SIMON'ION,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
of the Plrst Circuit.
4101 Sept. 2, 9, 10, 23.
Formerly cutter for H. P.Roth, is
now in charge o( I. B, KERR &
CO.'S TAILORING DEPARTMENT.
Conditions of Its Production.
1st. Clean Containers. We wash
ours thoroughly, then steril
ize with steam,
2d. , Clean Milking, Cows srroomed,
' ''Uddeis washed. Milkers in
white suits. Duckets.'covered
with absorbent cotton strain
ers. 3d. Clean Milk Room. Absolutely
seutrate fiom milkinc shed
with its odors.
We endeavor to protect our cus
tomers. THE TOND DAIRY.
jBKt ' Wtf"fcr a'n card! at Bulletin.
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I hiro nNl jonr CmIc rin c fc pnr-a'hn H I
mPM tf rh iilnii fi r jrtnir p.i-t w.tj i iwt L-p
((Ivtli ajiUiully iuduncltBiiiPiir i utij,'
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Melon's shoes for boys.
Cor. King and Bethel.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Estate of A. Winterstein.
The undersigned, William Sav
Inijc, having been appointed Admin
istrator of .the Kstato of A. Winter
stein. late of Honolulu, City and
.Canity of Honolulu, Territory of
Hawaii, deceased, hereby gives no-
tlcc (to nil creditors of the said A.
winterstein to present their claims,
dll)j authenticated and with proper
cucl0rs lf nny ,xst 0ven if the
dam ,g B0Curl, b moltgaco upon
' ... ,, mi,.,m,.ann jl.
'f - ftt U' "mc" ' , ,f
Clemens. Campbell Ulock. Honolulu,
Oahu, within six months from tho
lato of tho first publication of this
rotlce, or they will bo forever
bnircil. Dated, Honolulu, August
Administrator of the Estato
of A. Winterstein, Deceased. 1
4os Aug. 20; Sept. 2, 9.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
letters of ndninlstrntton nf tho
estate of Otto Winkler, deceased,
having been granted to tho under
signed by Honorable V. T. Robin
son, Thlul Judgo of tho Circuit
Court of the Plrst Judicial Circuit,
Territory of Unwell, on AugiiBt 25,
1909, nntlco Is hereby given to all
pi editors of said Otto Winkler, de
ceased, to present their claims, duly
authentic ited, and with propor
vouchors, If any exist, even if the
claim Is secured by mortgage, on
real estate, to the undersigned at
her residence, 1S27 Asylum Road,
Honolulu, within six months from
tho first publication of this notice,
or within six months from the date
they fall due, or they will bo forever
barred. Dated, Honolulu, August
Administratrix of tho Kstato
of Otto Winkler, Deceased.
KINNKV, UALI.OU. PROSSER &
Attoinc)s for Administratrix,,
4398 Aug. 20; Sept. 2, 9, 10, 23,
The Weakly Edition ct the Evening
Bulletin gives a compile nummary ot
ihe news of the day.
Caught At It.
l ne 1'uito Itlco Regiment of In
fantr) band has been cnught plnyttiK
(or mono (nut In tho Rambling
sense), Just II Ke Army hands else
where that like to make nn honest
uenni on the side and lay It away
against n day of thirst. If not of u'e cylinders 20 Inches In diameter
hunger amk rnln. And like the ord-!ond h common stroke of 18 Inches.
Iar Army hand nnywhere-ulse. the 'Steam Is generated In pne Scotch ma
War Department lias decided that tlne u"er' 10 fect 6 ,nthe ln ,lla
the Porto Itlco band Is In the Army "VVJl rrylng a working pressure
and subject to the same gaw. and "f 180 l""1"" "cr ! ,lnc"- T",6
insulation, nppljlng to the Army 'uhrna,ccs, a" nrr,,nK1c,,1 lo bur" c,oal;
that are to be enforced everywhere ba. " h7 J ' ).
,. , , ,, ,..., q...-. mA ivn miles pei hour, hach boat Is
thmughou the United States nd ntd wuu.pcctul. extra heavy dav
the dependencies. Continuing a foi- ,,,, for ,ubmilr,Bi mlncg.
hut nrnrtlio. thn citv nuthorltlea o(Ll. . -.. ..... ..,.....
j8Iltl Juan have been charging n thalr (
fee foi Ihurbday evening concerts
on the Plaza, and nt tho same time,
tilling members of the Porto Itlco
Iteglmvnt band to play. It Is held
by the War Department that mem
berH of the band cannot bo thus em
ployed to play tor compensation.
The summer schools of Instate
tlun for the medical officers of the
National Ounrd that hao been In
progress lit the.Presldlo of San Kran-1
Cisco. Cal.; at Sp.uta, Wis. and nt
Anllelnm, Mil., closed on Aug. 11.
This teimlnatlon of the schools was
made necessar) by the need of url
ons inedle.il oflWvra at the joint
maneuvers held In Massachusetts.
The National dim hi officers who at
tended the schools were enthusiastic
over the work accomplished and are
anxious that tho schools may be con-
Inued In future years. Kull reports
of the work done will bo mndo
llnough the adjutants general of tho
ctites that sont officers to the three
Kchnols, and theie. In due time, will
be forwarded to the War Depait
ment, and the results digested and
The Acting Secretary of the Navy
this week has signed an order In
creasing the ration for trews of tor-
pedobonts where the irew numbers
less than t!ilrt)-flve from 35 cents
u day to 40. This Is dono because
of the obvious difficulty of providing,
supplies for men on these craft as found six Jun )k Mm.
economically ns for larger ships.' "Let It g1Wi)ny" said Prosscr,
The .torpedoboats do not go Into "and see who tboy bring In."
potts whore ennttact supplies can bo1 "They'll find him In Hiekfeld's." re
had, and po nre forced to pay more mnrked Ughtfpot peovlth'v, who bad
far their food.
The papers resulting from the ex
nmlnutlon held July 12 to fill fifty-1
four vncnnnlPH in th crniln nf rgc-
.... i i i m ..
and lieutenant In the Coast Art llery
Ai tiller) Hoard at the Fort Monroe I
Coast Artillery School. I Is expect-1
cd that thoy will be read this week
and returned to the War Department
In time fo mnko the announcement
next week of.Itlie successful candl
xlrtcs for appointment.
The icvhed Cavnlry Drill Regula
tions will appear fiom tho press In
a fow diijs. This woik bus been In
prugte& for man) months and has
been a task of no small magnitude.
Thd last proofs woio rend this week Ionokan plantation Is Installing a
and tho forms made up at tho Gov twelve-roller mill 'in placo of tho pies
ernment Printing Office, and the nt nine roller one. That Is to sny,
111 st edition may be expected o.nly present crusher and nrst mill will
next week. , be left Intact and three now mills add-
' j od".
Made Record I The mill building has been c-nlirgod
At Camp Perry, Ohio, Aug. 19. uni1 tho' boiling plant ndnptel to meet
Mlilshlnmnn llerliart ntt.i IIiimoIi. of "'O ext"l flow of JlllCO.
the Naval Academy, (list class.Mo,
fea'ted 293 contestants In the (lover-
,.,i, i,i mi ,,
X'nw iponritu nin hclnir Ht Iiv tho
-T . .
gient mo, tars In tho battery at lMrt
Stevens, Oregon, which l.avo.been
thundeilng out In regular target
practlce'durlng tho month of July,
The best showing reported Is that
of Lieutenant Prentice, who fired
fottitcen shots In flfteon minutes,
only two of theso being accounted
misses. It, Is said that the Govern-
mont standard for mortars Is one hit
out of fifteen shots and It is bclloved
that t'rentlco's record Is likely to
place Kort Stevens at tho head f
tho moitni batteries of tho Pacific
Const, and probably of the country,
Tho shooting by Prentice was ac
complished by a s)stem of .measure
ments olid calculations originated by
With such accurate shooting!
Fort Stevens could drop a sheil with
wonderful piecislon nt any point In
the mouth of the Columbia
The two steel vessels recently
launched at Portland, Ore , fm tho
Quartermaster's Department of tho
Army, to be tifced as tendnis for ports
on tho Paclflo coast, In nppeaianco vvlll go out In his launch and call
and design aro vol) much like steel cm lho AdmlfVl This done, tho
tugs, with the exception that tho Tenhcstee, llngahlp of tho licet, will
cabin accommodations nro u little ent,ur the harbor, followed by oth
more commodious than tlios.0 found -ers.
' A 1
on tho ordlnnry conytierclal tug. The
vessels nre constructed" of steel
throughout. The hulls aro 98 feet
In length, 2! feet beam and 14 feet
In depth. The engines nre tandem
compound vlth lilgh pressure cylln-
ler 13 Inches In diameter, low pros
on the maln ilcck hch a Icft opon
forward for carrjlng bulky cargo,
Aft on the main deck nro heavy tow
ing bltts, subatnntlnll) built Into the
framing of tho hull.
OfflfPrC Prvlnd PflnPtC
v"'ld OCI Vlllg TOpCld
On One Of
Why Is John Ilioun?
Ask tho officer who Is serving tho
talesmen drawn fur Judge Do Dolt's
court today. He will probably not tell
joti but will, knock our head off In-
ntcad' because lie his b) this tlmu got
on undoubted peeve on and is thlistlng
for gore, whose, it makes no differ- J
One or the men drawn by Clerk Jpb
I'aeliellor this morning wag John
Drown and the space on the slip of
paper that boru his namo was too lim
ited to allow nn personal descriptions
by the Dertllllon svsteui
'I. n t.nnn .1.... .1.... n .... I- T..I...
.1 nu.il iijviib nun iiiuiu mi' ri .luiiu
Drowns In the clij director) without
further distinctions ,
When the linnie was driwu the nit-
lira) Inquiry 'jiroe, "Which? Light-
foot looking hm up In tho directory
tho pleasure , of seeing ne.i-1) over)'
other prospective talesman drawn, tho
employee of Hackfcld, and they nro
nearly all passed for ciusc and ho has
to exercise a peremptory rlinllengp on
I ttinm 4ft irikt clil rt fhnHi ti.l 1 n lino
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uot to KQt nil or Ilium because Hick-
feIl,. lho ogen fpr 10 ,,
, Sugar Co.
MILL AT HONOKAA
Large Mill Necessary to Handle In
creased Crop Imgation on
Hamakua Coast Proves Great
A- w- Kcccli. late chief cnglnper at
A,-'a. '" '" cliafgo of the work, and ho
is assisieu uy iiouoii cuiircii a wen
known mill engineer. Tho Honolulu
I Iron Works uio suppl)lng tho mills
1 ntvil ihulp mun n t a i.ltfi tiitrlittt.r t tin.
IUIIII i.l.S IIICII HID lilt" ll(.n..Ifsi l UIU
j .. k . j
J ' .
J,,,(" enlargement of tho Honoka.i
mill was found to bo necessar) owing
tho heavy cws lhat aro In aiglet,
irrigation has caused marvelous
S'0"' ' 'nB H'e Humakim
emBt- nml the new ,lltch wlllch ls mv
'"B ". w' ur""5 hugo volume
of wnter '" 'he Plantation and tho
twolvo-rollep mill will bo necessary to
I'andle the crop.
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SEBHEE WILL BE HERE
. ' ' ' 'TOMORROW AFTERNOON
'Continued from Pass U
lenvo their homes In company with
Captain Rees, who Is alwajs on
'the Job. has had even thing needed
'for tho Meet ready.
Un Sunday a
largo ) number of
plantation laborcu, 'principally Jap
anese, will coino up town tu visit
Admlinl Sobree's warships, Resides
them tho public will nlso call on
the waitdilps to see tho big guns,
Wlieri thotfleot ui lives-off poit to-
uiternoon, cuptuin need
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Jhnson vs. Kaufman
Ten RounJs Today
Today In Sin Finnclsco VDenrlo"
Johnson and Al Kailffman will box
a ten round go. The negro Is Mild
to line ttnlncd ptoperly fur the
match, and It will be well for him
It he has, as KnufTmau Is n husky
jouug latit, who would only be too
glad tu pass the, coon out mid there
by establish himself In a mone)
Johnson, however, must know wnt
Is nt stake, for If Knuffmnn defeated
hrim his drawing power would dwin
dle down to nothing' and die would
ba alluded to as a "has heon."
Jack O'llilen gave the "smoke"
the si.iro n this Ilfo n few weeks
ago, when the Confissor went for
the wot Id's clrimplnn In the first few
rounds of thulr exhibition scrap,
und It Is not lll.el) that Johnson Is
going to take any eluuirea with
Knuffmnn today. '
Todav'x match Is for ten rounds,
and It Is Ntlpulatul that should both
men he on their flit nt the end of
the tenth round thu light must be
cnltcd n draw.
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Tsukamoto, the Hilo champion,
who is to run in the ten-mile race
on Saturday nest at the Athletic
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Crew Is Changed
It has, been thought necessar) to
make a, change In tho Senior ciovv of
tho HcnHnl club, nml as a matter of
laci uio sinning rotinu oi uio men lias
resulted ln u remarknblo Improvement.
John Clink m stiokes tho cievv,
and Carl Ois, wlo la't yesr stroked,
is now inning at No. 2. Tho crow, as
now comiored Is ns follow h: Jidin
Clark, stroke; Joe ICumoultj, No. S;
M, Robinson No 4; II, Rote, No. 3,
CarPOss, No.' 2, and Sumner bow
Tho change ainiuid hns resulted In
balancing tho boat better and the craw
now Blips through tho water In much
better stvle than they prevlous'y did.
uio men nro in strict training, and
both tho Seniors and rreshuien nro
coming along' In flno form, and they
Should, mnko lho Myilles extend them
nlves before thu plnulug post l
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Tlio Aula iMU'lmll teim, the lead
ing team of tho Itlvcihldo League,
will have the ton lies of Anlouo Me
rulroH, tho cinck pltihei of lint
veu's team, again In Hie box In the
He has taken a long rest and feels
like taking u hand at tho gumn
again, Manngor N K, Haopll will
hoieaflui uso Mcllaiden and Medel
los as his regular stabers.
Tho Interior department does not
Intend to let tho Standaid Oil com
pin) ledueo tho pilio paid to thu In
dian land owners In Oklahoma for
tlieli oil und will endeavor to pre
vent a lepoited bleak In tho price,
now 41 cents n barrol,
Wanted Hoy to run messages ami
useful about btoie. Cojiiu furni
ture Co. 1110-tt
lleiwcen Ilelhcl St and Walklkl on
King St m Kihknui Avc)ilnck
big with Initial K lonlnUiltig
iovvohy. Return to this offiie.
Sultnlilu low aid. I4t0-2t
PJNO D 1 0 1 1 NTSKJ
You can obtain complete
outfits for School
Girls and Boys
iff Ru I flBBBBBHl
lkJV I ' IMni
Up . cWSSSSSI
Tlieo. H. Davies & Co.,
Weekly Bulletin, Sl.Year
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GEO. A. MARTIN,
Business Suits for $23.
Is the favorite dentifrice of t!;
tourist because it i$ known ar.ii
sold in every corner of the world.
It cleanses and beautifies the teetij
and purifies the mouth, as noth!
ing else will. In new patent tin i
utiirh IrnArtc fif Hirt nnf nnA it. I
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chine? If you haven't,
here's your chance.
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stitch, drop head au
tomatic for $50.
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